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If you were looking for the article about the episode, then see "Krabby Land."
Not to be confused with Krabby Playland.
Location

Krabby Land was a cheaply made playground built by Mr. Krabs that appears in the episode of the same name.

Description

The playground has run-down, cheaply made attractions, such as a slide made of cardboard and a ball pit with bowling balls. The only known characters associated are Krabby the Clown and the Krabby Patty burglar.

The rides are extremely dangerous. Before playing, kids must sign "coloring books," which are just liability waivers, so that Mr. Krabs does not get sued.

The only reason why Mr. Krabs built the playground is because he wanted money from kids on their summer vacation. Mr. Krabs' cheap idea ultimately ends up backfiring on him in the end.

Rides and attractions

Krabby Land was a park of poor quality made out of used junk. Here is a list of rides that were seen at Krabby Land:

  • Fort Adventure: A pair of buckets, pieces of wood, a tarp, a wooden sign with the fort's name painted in white, a piece of pipe, a mattress and other parts used to make a fort.
  • Hose World: A couple of hoses hung up. One hose dripped water every second.
  • Toaster Rodeo: Toasters without wires connected to springs on boards. A bread slice was in front of a toaster.
  • Rocketship Fantastica: Two pieces of wood that made a swing hanger. A rope was attached to a piece of wood holding a tube that was supposed to be the rocket. The tube fell because it was large and very heavy for the rope.
  • Slide: A slide that broke easily when Incidental 151 tried to ride it.
  • Pit of Doom: A wooden box with wheels with junk inside. A fishing net helps kids to get into the pit. Two pillars prevented the box from closing. A white flag is next to the box. The attraction's name is painted white on the box.
  • Kelp Ring Swing-O: Four pieces of wood attached to each other. One piece had a rope which held a tire. A ladder is next to a piece of wood to help kids get to the tire.
  • Bowling Ball Pit: A ball pit which was yellow, while the red stripe is at the bottom. It had a pattern with blue bowling balls and bowling pins. The pit had multicolored bowling balls inside.

Mascots

Mr. Krabs was dressed as the playground's original mascot, Krabby the Clown. He was simply dressed as himself, but he had a blue-painted tomato on his nose, a polka-dot tie, and talked in a high voice.

SpongeBob ad-libs himself as the Krabby Patty burglar and put on a red mask. To stall the kids while Krabby the Clown "caught his bus," he blows shaped bubbles. However, the children do not find this amusing. In an attempt to entertain them, SpongeBob pours the soap contents of his bottle onto his eyes, which finally has the children laughing.

SpongeBob comes to the conclusion that the children find it amusing to see him get hurt, so he hires two muscular fish to abuse him in many ways, such as running his tongue over with a car, using him as a tennis ball, and force-feeding him lima beans.

History

Opening of Krabby Land

Mr. Krabs builds and then opens Krabby Land under inspiration that kids would come towards the Krusty Krab to play on the playground, so that he can then take advantage of the children there. It was initially shaped like a Disneyland-like castle under a large sheet while under construction to lure the children.

Kids were initially excited about Krabby Land opening, until they actually saw that the seemingly spectacular playground wonderland is just a cheaply made playground.

Downfall

When Mr. Krabs announces that Krabby the Clown will be coming to the Krusty Krab, everyone gets excited. The kids lose their excitement when Mr. Krabs puts on a blue tomato nose and green and yellow polka-dotted tie and claims to be Krabby the Clown, only to encourage the kids to order Krabby Patties. This causes Mr. Krabs to get beaten up by the children and later forced to eat a truck full of lima beans as punishment.

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